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John Cabra, assistant professor at the International Center for Studies in Creativity, shares his rich story of professional growth—from his first encounter with creative studies to his current position within the department—his love for research and technology, and his current research interests; Design Thinking, Neuroscience, and Creative Problem Solving as a life skill. [more…]
Susan Keller-Mathers, associate professor at the International Center for Studies in Creativity, discusses what brought her to and what kept her at Buffalo State, the unique opportunities offered by the center, and the college's creativity distance and online classes. [more…]
As a kick-off to World Creativity Week (April 15-21), founder Marci Segal discusses its history and purpose and provides a preview of her upcoming keynote address at the International Center for Studies in Creativity (ICSC) Expert 2 Expert community conference. Segal explores the question: What is our role as a creativity community? [more…]
Jeffrey Zacko-Smith, coordinator of the leadership minor at the International Center for Studies in Creativity, discusses leadership theory, social constructivism, and multicultiral education. [more…]
Cyndi Burnett, director of distance education programs and instructor at the International Center for Studies in Creativity, discusses the degree program, her approach to creativity, and her background in learning. [more…]
Gerard Puccio, chair and professor, Center for Studies in Creativity, talks to Marci Segal, recipient of the Creative Studies Alumni Achievement Award. Segal talks about her career as a creativity specialist, offers advice to graduates currently entering the field, and shares her creative thinking tools. Segal also discusses her involvement in the World Creativity and Innovation Week movement. [more…]